The Lone Wolf, named OR7, travels alone. And is
the only known wolf among a small number of wolves, that calls Oregon "home."
At least that's what he was ...
[...]Oregon wolf OR-7 appears to have found a mate after 3-year journey
Remote cameras in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest have captured several images of a black female in the same area as OR-7, who has been on the move since 2011 in search of new territory and a mate to form a new pack.
The images were recovered Wednesday by John Stephenson, wolf biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as part of an ongoing wolf monitoring program by state and federal wildlife biologists.
"This information is not definitive, but it is likely that this new wolf and OR-7 have paired up," Stephenson said.
He said transmissions from OR-7's radio collar also indicate the two have denned.
by Lynne Terry, oregonlive.com -- May 12, 2014
That post has slide show and videos. Here is one of them:
Published on Oct 26, 2013 -- by Clemens Schenk
Isn't Science something?
OR7's bachelor days may be over ... Hello Northern California, there's a new wolf pack in your future.